In this Digital Short from Saturday Night Live with host Hugh Laurie, even though there's some bad news at the meeting, Fred Armisen's character can't get enough of the cookies:
"Don't tell my trainer, he's gonna kill me... a little cookie secret."
"But someone should arrest this cookie company — for cookie-cide."
"I wish I could stop, we [...]
The British Frozen Food Federation built an enormous wall of ice containing frozen food in London's South Bank as a promotional stunt. See more photographs at the Mail Online.
The food section of Yahoo's women-targeting website, Shine, is the sort of thing that explains the existence of the phrase "oft-execrable."
But let it never be said that they have no redeeming content whatsoever. Take for example yesterday, when they posted Thomas Keller's gingerbread cookie recipe! This "exclusive" (it's not in any of his books) [...]
Sony Pictures released new stills from Julie & Julia, set to be released August 2009. The film, directed and written by Nora Ephron, is an adaption of the Julie and Julia, the blog-turned book by Julie Powell, and My Life in France, the memoir by Julia Child with Alex Prud'homme. Amy Adams is playing Powell, [...]
"Baconcube 1," Cindy Wright, 2003, oil on canvas, 51 1/4 x 53 inches
The above is a painting, of bacon, by Cindy Wright, a Belgian artist who lives and works in Antwerp.
A tipster writes in to us with a harrowing tale of attempting to get a reservation at the famously impenetrable restaurant Momofuku Ko:
My strategy for getting in to Ko is to check out the reservation website at random, non-10AM times, with the idea that I'll catch a canceled resy before anyone else. It's not the [...]
We're really digging the London Shop Fronts tumblog.
Chris Kimball's editorials in Cook's Illustrated are folksy and at times, a little bewildering, a weird antithesis to the magazine's straight-laced content. Not available online unless you're a paying subscriber (which we're not—we enjoy the print product for the vintage experience), his recent editorial in the January / February 2009 issue was about the "Vermont [...]